A lot happened last week, and we want to make sure you didn't miss the top headlines on Royal Oak Patch. Here are six of our most-read stories from the past week:
- Police Blotter: Cars Stolen, Man Finds Unknown Woman Cooking in His Apartment: Royal Oak Police received more than a dozen reports of stolen vehicles and larceny of vehicles from Sept. 6-13.
- 'Detropia' Producer Comes Home to Debut Documentary in Royal Oak: His movie's gotten an award from Sundance and praise from the New Yorker, and now Royal Oak-grown producer/cinematographer Craig Atkinson is showing his documentary 'Detropia' to hometown crowds.
- You Ask, Patch Answers: Police Chief Replies to Millage Questions: Royal Oak's Interim Police Chief, Corrigan O'Donohue, answers more questions about the Nov. 6 public safety ballot measure.
- Royal Oak Mom Remembers Children Who Died in Rollover: ‘My Kids Were My Life’: More than four months after her children were killed in a tragic rollover crash, Christie Siegel’s life still revolves around her children, Ashley and Jordan. Siegel stays busy raising money for causes that affect the lives of children in Royal Oak.
- Love It or Hate It? Arts, Beats & Eats Gets Personal During Comment Marathon: Is Arts Beats & Eats a good thing for Royal Oak? Residents had their say during a more than two-hour public comment session at the City Commission meeting Tuesday night.
- Royal Oak Police Assist in Huntington Woods Bank Robbery Pursuit: The Chase Bank on Woodward Avenue south of 11 Mile Road is robbed Monday morning.